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260 old time RadioCommercials


1 - Plop Plop Fizz Fizz
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
3 - Good 'n Plenty - Choo Choo Charlie
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
4 - The Marlboro Song
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
5 - Mr. Clean, Mr. Clean
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
6 - N-E-S-T-L-E-S
[MusicBrainz (recording)]

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Reviewer: moviefan1976 - - November 23, 2011
Subject: radio
some are from tv commericals.i wish even more radio commericals could be uploaded esp ones from 1950s-1960s.i have ones not on here ill upload soon when i get them transferred from my orignal records .
Reviewer: pkkms - - November 23, 2011
Subject: SALHAPATICA
The Salhapatica commercial is a hoot...Fred Allen introduces Harry von Zell to do the commerical and Harry forgets the name of the product during the commercial....good stuff. von Zell also gained notoriety for once introducing President Hoover as Hoobert Heever.
Reviewer: dsvmedia.com - - January 24, 2011
Subject: Radio Is Changing (again)!
20 years from now, I wonder if we will look back and see and great ads from present day. Traditionally radio has been 60-seconds in length but that is changing due to shortened attention spans and increased media competition. In short, creativity may suffer due to lightning fast commercials.
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Reviewer: dwayne485 - - December 22, 2008
Subject: radio?
Some of these sound like they're actually the soundtracks of TV commercials, like the Rice-A-Roni and Ajax ads. And I'm wondering if that Coney Island Penny Machine ad ever actually played on radio?

BTW to answer someone's question about the Coke ads...did they even use jingles before the 1960s? Everything I've heard in OTR were spoken commercials and their "Refreshment Time" instrumental theme that began their shows, but the oldest radio jingles I've ever heard are the 1960s "Things Go Better With Coke" ads. I know they used "Bring Home the Coke" as a TV jingle in the 1950s but I haven't heard a radio version of that. Pepsi, OTOH, got a leg up during the 1940s with "Pepsi Cola hits the spot..."

Nice selection.
Reviewer: WildlandFireWatch - - June 2, 2007
Subject: Where's the Coca-Cola commercials?
Great, there's Pepsi (who basicly followed after Coca-Cola), but where are the Coca-Cola adds?
Reviewer: keeezi - - August 27, 2006
Subject: the best
I like The Frankenstien commercial the most
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